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Oscobo Privacy Search Engine

Posted by Marcus Zillman

Oscobo Privacy Search Engine

Oscobo is a search engine created for the sole purpose of protecting your privacy while you search the web. Google knows and sells what you are searching. Google knows the questions that people wouldn’t dare ask aloud, and it silently offers reams of answers. Most search engines store every single search term you type and that they create a profile based on your search history. They place you in boxes based on a socioeconomic portraits. Your entire search history is kept for months in a way that is traceable back to you or those in your family. Additionally, the privacy policies of the most popular search providers state that your search history may be associated with any account or email address you maintain with them (think your Google, Microsoft, or Yahoo accounts). Oscobo was designed specifically to protect you from the prying eyes of both large corporations and anyone trying to get access to your private information. Oscobo will allow you to search the web with confidence! Oscobo doesn’t store your personal information and will never ask you to provide it for any of our search services. They respect your privacy completely and help keep you safe from those who don’t. All traffic routed through Oscobo’s search engine is SSL encrypted. Meaning your connection between the browser and Oscobo’s servers are encrypted. They have also taken their encryption a few steps further by implementing Perfect-Forward Secrecy with our SSL implementation and encrypted your search queries locally to ensure that no one will be able to intercept or decrypt your search queries. They don’t use any third-party scripts or analytics on our search engine which protects you from other companies attempting to track your activity. They also don’t show your search in the page title or meta information so it never shows up in your browser history. This will be added to Privacy Resources Subject Tracer™. This will be added to World Wide Web Reference Subject Tracer™. This will be added to Business Intelligence Resources Subject Tracer™. This will be added to Entrepreneurial Resources Subject Tracer™. This will be added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™.

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